EO Charging prepares to power its way on to the US stock market

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EO Charging founder Charlie Jardine | Credit: EO Charging
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EO Charging founder Charlie Jardine | Credit: EO Charging

UK headquartered firm strikes SPAC deal with First Reserve Sustainable Growth Corp to float on the NASDAQ to help fund $150m growth plans

Fast-growing electric vehicle (EV) charging technology firm EO Charging has announced plans to float on the NASDAQ stock exchange in New York later this year, after striking an agreement with blank check...

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